See rare bat's tongue that's longer than its own body6/5/2012
Will this bat's extra-long tongue become Batman's next weapon? National Geographic will show a video of Ecuador's long-tongued bat for the first time next week. The bat lives in the Andes mountains and has a 3.5-inch-long tongue (longer than its own body), which it stores by doubling it up in its stomach. The bat developed its long tongue to get at the nectar from long-necked Andean flowers -- the equivalent human tongue would be 9 feet long. You might want to let out that Batsuit, Lucius.
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